Infographic: 5 SECRETS TO A GREAT RESUME
Everyone today is after a well-paying white collared job. But despite having the required degrees and qualifications, many of them can’t. Ever wondered why? There is this one mistake you’re just not paying attention to, your resume or CV. The resume is most probably the first impression any employer is going to have of you. And according to the studies, employers spend only six seconds on a resume, that means you have to do something so that your resume can stand out. Here are some tips. Always use quality words in your resume like advanced, beneficial, collaborated etc as they increase your chance of getting the job by 80%. Write down all your accomplishments. This is the chance to show that you have something that others don’t. A creative summary or objective in the first three lines of the resume can be a great life saver. Recruiters also spend 20% of those six seconds in scanning for the keywords matching the position. Don’t forget to write them in your resume.